ISLAMABAD Pakistan summoned India’s deputy high commissioner on Thursday to condemn what it termed “unprovoked” firing about the disputed Kashmir frontier that violated a 2003 ceasefire and killed one particular civilian, the international ministry said.
Deputy Superior Commissioner J.P. Singh satisfied with Pakistani officers to go over the firing on Wednesday and Thursday, which also wounded two many others on the Pakistani-administered side of Kashmir, according to a statement from the international ministry.
“The deliberate focusing on of civilians is in truth condemnable and opposite to human dignity and global human rights and humanitarian legal guidelines,” the statement browse.
Indian officers in New Delhi could not immediately be reached for comment.
India and Pakistan have faced off for a long time across the Line of Manage separating sections of Kashmir held by both nations. The previous ceasefire line operates by way of a region that both nations assert in comprehensive but rule in element.
Sporadic cross-border attacks in past months have frayed the 2003 truce.
Final 7 days, India accused Pakistani forces of killing two soldiers patrolling the Kashmir Line of Manage and mutilating their bodies.
Pakistan’s armed forces denied the allegations and said it had not fully commited ceasefire violations.
(Reporting by Saad Sayeed Editing by Catherine Evans)